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GUQ: CULP 319 - Art, Media and Cultural Politics

Searching Efficiently

Now that you have settled on a research question, break it down to its basic concepts and create lists of keywords. Watch the following video to learn how to proceed from your research question to a list of relevant keywords.

Watch the following video to learn how to find print books and e-books using GU-Q Library's HoyaSearch.

Subject Search

An effective way to retrieve the most relevant results is to conduct a subject search. In "Advanced Search"  on the library's website, use the "Subject" field. Some suggested searches for this curse include:

Mass media -- Law and legislation

Intellectual property

Copyright

Digital media -- Law and legislation

Mass media -- Law and legislation

Watch the following video to learn how to find peer-reviewed  articles using GU-Q Library's HoyaSearch.

If you find an interesting article, you can use it as your starting point to explore more articles related to the subject. Google Scholar 'Cited by' feature lists all the articles that have used the article as a source:

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